Learning Enrichment


English As An
Language (EAL)

For our students who need help with improving their English proficiency, we provide EAL support. Our EAL teachers are trained in teaching English to children of non-English speaking backgrounds.


English Class


The Intensive English Support Class (IESC) programme, which is offered in the Middle and Senior School for Years 6 - 9, was designed and created to cater for students with limited or developing English language abilities.

As part of the programme, students receive both academic and social English language exposure. The programme is designed to allow students to have the best of both worlds, with IESC learners taking on a hybrid-subject load where they participate in fully mainstream subjects such as Mathematics, Visual Arts, Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE), Technologies whilst also attending IESC lessons (in lieu of other mainstream subjects such as Science, Humanities and English).

This hybrid model of intensive English intervention provides the opportunity for limited English proficiency learners joining AISM, to integrate effectively into the community via their participation in day-to-day school life alongside their peers, whilst also receiving the dedicated support they require in order to access the English-based curriculum.

The unique structure of the IESC programme allows for new students to slowly adjust to the Australian curriculum and the unique culture of AISM, whilst concurrently developing their English language abilities in the areas of speaking, listening, reading and writing.


Learning Support

There is no Special Needs department in our school. However, we have learning enrichment teachers to cater for students with mild learning
needs where the school is able. Opportunities for children needing
support are subject to the School’s capacity and student’s individual

For details, please contact our Admissions Department.

Enrichment &

We believe that through exposure, students benefit from possible new interest areas into, through and beyond the core curriculum. At AISM, students are given the opportunity to deepen areas of interest through school and community-based enrichment opportunities.

Cross Curricular Whole School

International Competitions and Assessments For School (ICAS)

ICAS is the most comprehensive suite of academic assessments for primary and secondary school students. Each test is sat at school and is invigilated by teachers under normal examination conditions.


The Hague International Model United Nations (THIMUN)

Thimun aims to advance the interests of international education across national boundaries through the promotion of interaction and dialogue between young people from a variety of countries and school systems. Thimun develops a global awareness among young people, focusing on the formulation of peaceful resolutions to world problems and practicing the communication skills which help foster this education in world citizenship.

Open to all students in Years 7-12. Selection process in Semester 1 by Head Teacher after try outs which involve an impromptu speech.


World Scholar’s Cup

The World Scholar’s Cup is an international team academic program with students participating from over 50 countries. AISM competes every year and students are selected to participate based on a number of criteria.


Curious Fridays Junior School

Class teachers and Stage Leaders through the Learning Enrichment Delivery Model.


Parental Consent required by Bebras.

Language Perfect World Series

Learn and compete in world championships in a number of different key learning areas.


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